RECORD OF THE YEAR “Be Without You”, Mary J. Blige; Bryan-Michael Cox, producer; Danny Cheung, Tal Herzberg & Dave “Hard-Drive” Pensado, engineers/mixers; (track from “The Breakthrough”) [Geffen…
If Elvis were still alive today and wanted to mount another comeback special, he'd probably pass on NBC and head straight for VH1 -- or maybe just post a few clips on YouTube.
On the heels of Apple's Steve Jobs asking that digital rights management software be removed from online music files, EMI disclosed that it is exploring the idea for all of its extensive catalog.
Digital musicstore Napster continued its slow growth path last quarter in anticipation of a big boost this spring after it closes a deal to get over 300,000 new customers from AOL.
With the Grammy Awards' golden anniversary just one year away, the ceremony is unquestionably wrapped in a rich tapestry of history. But in an era when the music award landscape is getting…
The Grammy Awards can't wait to hit the right note with television viewers. "We try year in and year out to hammer people at 8:01 and get them to believe, 'Oh, my god. Look at what just happened. I…
I met him in 1957. On one of my off nights I heard him play, and it really was a very brilliant sound. I wanted to meet him, and someone introduced us when I was playing at the Hillcrest Club.
I met her when I was a teenaged lad, her and her sister, and I couldn't decide which one I was more in love with. Listening to her sing early on was one of the reasons I became a folk singer.
(Callas') recordings are quite an example of the most dramatic kind of singing. She was all about meaning in song, meaning in music; she was a complete performer and a great influence on me.
I played with Booker throughout the years, I played on records he produced, I played on a Bill Withers record (Booker produced). I played with Cropper many times in the studio. Over the years, "Duck"…
He's one of the most respected songwriters of the last 40 years, and a lyricist who helped redefine the modern West in song. Thus, it's a bit startling to realize Don Henley spent his entire Eagles…